BBC 1 Countryfile
'BBC One’s flagship rural affairs series explores the beauty and diversity of the British countryside, 52 weeks a year. With an average audience of 6 million viewers it’s the UK’s most popular weekly factual series.' BBC Studios
Some of my features include Tom Heap investigating if the UK is sufficiently armed against threats of disease that spread from animals to humans, a look at whether the UK’s environmental watchdogs are doing enough to protect our wildlife habitats and how a soil revolution could help turn the tide of climate change by using regenerative agriculture and space technology.
BBC 2 How the NHS changed our world: The John Radcliffe
History and Medical Science Documentary
Radio Times Pick of the Day: ‘Dr Aarti Jagannath explores revolutionary surgeries offering hope to patients with Parkinson’s and helping others walk again after years of chronic pain. Reflecting on 300 years of pioneering work in Oxford, she also reveals research making mind control a reality.’
As well as ‘The Radio Times pick of the day’, programme content was broadcast as far afield as Japan. I identified a new talent presenter and delivered £16,000 under budget.
BBC 2 Britain Afloat: The rowing eight
History and Sports Documentary
Radio Times Pick of the Day: ‘Mary-Ann Ochota discovers the surprising history of the Rowing Eight; from Taxi Racing on the Thames to the University Boat Race, and how rowing was at the heart of a class war that ended up in Parliament.’
This programme was ‘The Radio Times pick of the day’, came in within a low budget and involved large complex shoots recreating the first Oxford Cambridge boat race on the Thames.
BBC 1 Panorama
Rubbish Dump Britain - Producer
Ripped off? Join the club - Camera
Investigative documentary series revealing the truth about the stories that matter.
Rubbish Dump Britain, which was fronted by Richard Bilton investigating the issue of Fly-Tipping in the UK, had an audience of 3.3 Million viewers.
BBC 1 Inside Out
Producer Director (12 Series)
Factual Entertainment, Features and Current Affairs
Features include a mother looking at drug use at the festival where her daughter died and Egyptologist Dr Liz Frood returns to Luxor 3 years after losing her legs to Sepsis.
Producing films on; history, science, rural issues, holding agencies to account and investigations. My versatility meant I was able to film more ambitious projects such as in Egypt with Professor Liz Frood, arranging Visas, filming permissions, travelling alone and self-shooting without the aid of a fixer. Made on a regional budget, this was broadcast as far afield as New Zealand. Liz has now gone on to present a documentary for BBC 4.
BBC 2 Sea City
Self-Shoot Assistant Producer
Observational Documentary Series
'Sea City takes viewers into the beating heart of the community that works – and plays around the shipping lanes which keep Britain open for business and pleasure. One million passengers and 40 million tons of cargo are the lifeblood of one of the UK’s largest ports. But like any industry, the port thrives on the personality and drive of highly skilled and unique characters.' BBC
Sea City was a three part observational documentary series. As the Self-shooting Assistant Producer I was tasked with finding and setting up stories of interest and self-shooting with the embedded team.
BBC 1: VE Day: Ration Book Britain
Joe Crowley uncovers a darker side to life in Britain after VE Day, and why food shortages led to a thriving black market.
BBC 2: Sea Cities: Portsmouth
'With unique access to Her Majesty’s Naval Base, Sea Cities follows three candidates battling it out for places at the Royal Marines School of Music. During audition week they’re tested for musical ability, physical fitness and determination. Who will make the grade and look forward to a career in a Royal Marines Band, one of the finest military bands in the world?' BBC
Production and Camera
Win a Pro Contract corporate and social media content for Samsung.
Sky Sports 1: Pro Contract: The Football Dream
Assistant Producer (2 Series)
Pro Contract: The Football Dream ran for two series where 5,000 Amateur and non-league footballers compete for the chance to earn professional contracts with League One clubs Swindon Town and Leyton Orient.
BBC 4: Tank Men
To mark the 100th anniversary of the first time tanks were used in battle, Rob Bell tells the story of the First World War tank men.
BBC 1: Late Kick Off South East & South West
Pergall Media/BBC Sport
Assistant Producer (5 Series)
Studio based sports magazine programme
Focusing on the Football League clubs in the South, South West and West, with a round up of the weekend's action, behind the scenes reports and classic archive.
BBC 1: The Football League Show
IMG/BBC Sport/BBC 1
Football highlights programme
The Football League takes centre stage in this Saturday night highlights show, showcasing all the drama and all the goals from every division.
Camera and Editor
Filming of remote desert location field testing of new technologies.
BBC 1: The One Show
Production and Camera
Topical magazine programme
Production and Camera work on features looking at The Post Office Horizon scandal and pedestrianised shared spaces.
Loch Lomond Golf Club
Corporate content for Loch Lomond Golf Club
Video presentations, course guides and advertising content.
BBC 1/BBC News Channel/BBC News Online
BBC News/South Today
Self-Shoot Reporter and Producer
Various items for BBC News output, as well as self-shooting, editing and voice over of news packages.